By Janine Saunders, August 4th, 2010

Technology and art frequently intersect, but artist-turned-medical-student Satre Stuelke’s radiology art crosses a new threshold of experimentation. Using high tech CT-scan imagery, he creates stunning three-dimensional depictions of the world outside the emergency room. From the charming to the unsettling, Stuelke’s focuses on Barbie dolls, Big Macs, and other unmistakable objects from everyday life. It’s an enlightening process that begs us to see the relationship between previously unexplored perspectives, and a visual investigation that leaves beautiful artifacts in its wake.

Relevant sites:

www.radiologyart.com/

Credits:

CREATED by Lance Weiler & Alex Johnson
DIRECTOR Danielle Lurie
DP Tim Naylor
EDITOR Jawad Metni
SERIES PRODUCER Josh Cramer
SEGMENT PRODUCER Janine Saunders
TITLE SEQUENCE Jordan Gray
POST PRODUCTION House of Trim
ADDITIONAL MUSIC by:
Caleb Burhans “Early Music (For a Saturday)”
The Sea that Dried Up and Become a Parking Lot “If Beethoven Were A Painter”

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